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研究生:黃凱侖
研究生(外文):Kai-Lun Huang
論文名稱:性別意識在外語寫作中之呈現:社會結構與自我之衝突
論文名稱(外文):Gender Identities in L2 Writing: When Structure Meets Agency
指導教授:陳其芬陳其芬引用關係
指導教授(外文):Chi-Fen Chen
學位類別:碩士
校院名稱:國立高雄第一科技大學
系所名稱:應用英語所
學門:人文學門
學類:外國語文學類
論文種類:學術論文
論文出版年:2007
畢業學年度:95
語文別:英文
論文頁數:103
中文關鍵詞:批判性言談分析性別意識外語寫作
外文關鍵詞:critical discourse analysisgender identitiesL2 writing
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學習一個新的語言,除了學習用另一種新的語言形式溝通外,也包含了學習在這個語言中所潛在的價值觀和意識形態。而在價值觀與意識形態中,對於自我意識的探討,在第二外語學習中是個重要但卻經常被忽略的一部分。儘管有些學者已經開始注意語言的使用與自我意識之間的關連性,有關外語學習對自我意識的影響,特別是在台灣這個文化背景下之研究,仍顯缺乏。由於性別意識是自我意識組成中非常重要的一環,本研究藉由分析台灣英文系學生的寫作,來檢視外語學習對學生性別意識的影響。研究採用批判性言談分析的方法,剖析第二外語學習者的性別意識,並從中國傳統文化(社會文化結構論)與西方女性主義(自我主控)的觀點,來解讀學生藉由語言所表達的性別意識。研究結果顯示,學生的寫作反映出社會結構與自我主控雙方面的影響。此外,研究結果亦突顯出,學生在以外語寫作時,因受不同社會文化之衝擊,顯現矛盾與掙扎並且反映出性別意識的多變性。
Learning a new language involves not only learning to communicate in another linguistic form, but also learning a new set of values and ideologies embedded in a particular language. Within the realms of values and ideologies, individual identities are an important but often neglected area in the current academic discourse. Despite the fact that some scholars have focused on various complex issues concerning the relationship between language use and identity, insufficient attention has been paid to understanding the impact of second language learning on the identity performance of L2 learners, especially in the Taiwanese context. Since gender is a constituting part of one’s identity, this study aims to illuminate such impacts through examining gender identities of English majors in Taiwan from their L2 writings. This study applied the approach of critical discourse analysis (CDA) to uncover L2 learners’ gender identities and employed social and cultural theories, from the perspectives of native Chinese culture (structural influences) and Western feminist thinking (individual agency), to explain their linguistic expressions of such identities. The findings indicate that both structural influences and individual agency are present in the students’ writings. Furthermore, the result also highlights conflicts experienced by the students and reveals the fluid nature of one’s gender identity, merging from the convergence of different social forces in L2 writing.
CHAPTER I. INTRODUCTION
Identity in L2 Writing
Gender Identity and Language Use
Purpose of the Study
Significance of the Study
Preview of the Subsequent Chapters

CHAPTER II. LITERATURE REVIEW
Introduction
Writer Identities in L2 Writing
Structural Constraints and Individual Agency
Identity Conflicts in L2 Writing
Critical Discourse Analysis
Structural Influences of Chinese Culture
Individual Agency of Feminist Thinking
Dominance Theory & Gender Difference Model
Postmodern/Post-Structural Feminist Approach
Conclusion

CHAPTER III.METHODOLOGY
Introduction
Context
The Course
Research Participants
Data Collection
Hypothetical Narratives
TV Commercials
Roles of the Researcher
Data Analysis
Data Organization

CHAPTER IV. FINDINGS
Introduction
Male Participants’ Perspectives
Female Participants’ Perspectives
Summary

CHAPTER V. DISCUSSION AND IMPLICATIONS
Introduction
The Influence of Structure on Gender Identities
Individual Agency in Constructing Gender Identities
Implications for Foreign Language Teaching
Limitations and Recommendation for Future Research

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